This is floocie. She is a 9 year old nearly 18hh shire thoroughbred cross. With an excellent temperament. Very well broke surprisingly. I took her in from a very bad situation, where she was about 150lbs under weight. Her feet were also very neglected and because of this- they have panned out and are nearly completely flat. We have started on the road to recovery though! She has gained about 50-60lbs. And her feet are in better condition than when she was brought to me. It is a slow process though. Constant and correct trimming, a little bit at a time every 3-4 weeks. She is a wonderful mare. We have her on a strict exercise routine to start to rebuild some of her muscling. She is so mellow, I allow my 4 year old to ride her throughout the pasture. She is a special horse. Now she will NEVER be a competitive horse. She does have a parrot mouth [which is why her tongue hangs out in a picture or 2]. She's going to be a glorified trail horse. Nothing fancy. Poor girl has cancer. She has squamous cell carcinoma's in both eyelids. So on march 8th, she will be going into surgery to remove the eyelids. Hoping to fix the issue. Aside from all that, what do you think of her conformation wise?